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Lord Davies of Llandinam Papers,

  • GB 0210 LDDNAM
  • Fonds
  • 1788-2015

Papers of David Davies, the first Baron Davies of Llandinam (1880-1944), along with papers of other members of the family, David Davies (1818-1890), Edward Davies (1852–1898), Revd. Gwilym Davies (1879-1955), Gwendoline Elizabeth Davies (1882-1951) and Mary Sidney Davies (1884-1963). They reflect Lord Davies varied business and political interests and include the records of the New Commonwealth Society, papers related to the League of Nations Union Welsh National Council, the first and second world wars, the Temple of Peace, the King Edward VII Welsh National Memorial Institute, the National Library of Wales, the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show, University of Wales Aberystwyth, Davies’s coal and railway interests, international affairs, drafts and copies of Davies’s publications mainly on international relations, papers of the David Davies Memorial Institute and papers related to Gregynog Press.

Davies, David Davies, Baron, 1880-1944

Papers collected by Iorwerth John,

  • NLW ex 2484.
  • File
  • 1939-1947.

Printed and typescript papers, 1939-1947, relating to pacifist issues and organisations collected by Iorwerth John (1913-2007), a conscientious objector during the Second World War, including a calendar signed by the pacifist George M. Ll. Davies with the words 'Yn rhwymau heddwch a chyfeillgarwch', 1947. Also included is a biographical note on Iorwerth John.

John, Iorwerth.

Ronald and Stella Garrett-Jones Papers

  • GB 0210 GARJON
  • Fonds
  • 1923-1989 (accumulated 1950-1989)

The fonds comprises the papers of Ronald and Stella Garrett-Jones, 1923-1989. These include printed material, periodicals and pamphlets, mostly relating to communism and peace, 1923-1989; miscellaneous letters, leaflets, pamphlets, catalogues, programmes, scripts and reports relating mainly to nature and the arts, 1950-1976; policy papers, resolutions, minutes, letters, reports and newsletters relating to the Executive Committee of the Communist Party of Great Britain and the Welsh Congress, 1960-1989; reports, letters, minutes, newsletters and leaflets relating to Women's Rights, 1970-1989; press releases, minutes and publications relating to the FUW (Farmers Union of Wales) and the TUC (Trades Union Congress), 1980-1989; together with newsletters, letters, leaflets, reports, submissions, posters, minutes, notebooks, newspaper cuttings and maps relating to various pressure groups, especially to CND (Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament), 1981-1989.

Garrett-Jones, Ronald,

Papurau J. E. Daniel,

  • NLW MS 23870E.
  • file
  • 1905, 1939-1945.

Papurau, 1905-1945, yng Nghymraeg a Saesneg, fu'n eiddo i'r Athro John Edward Daniel, yn ymwneud â'i weithgareddau gwleidyddol gyda Plaid Cymru. = Papers, 1905-1945, in Welsh and English, of Professor John Edward Daniel, relating mostly to his political activities with Plaid Cymru.
Maent yn cynnwys llythyrau oddi wrth Compton Mackenzie, 8 Hydref 1939 (f. 1), Gwynfor Evans, 25 Tachwedd 1945 (f. 14), a William George, 20 Mehefin 1945 (f. 5), ynghyd â nodiadau gan George ar gyfer araith yn cefnogi Daniel fel ymgeisydd dros Blaid Cymru ym Mwrdeisdrefi Caernarfon yn etholiad 1945 (ff. 6-13). Hefyd yn y casgliad ceir papur enwebu Saunders Lewis yn is-etholiad Prifysgol Cymru, 1943 (f. 4); teipysgrif 'Memorandwm i Bwyllgor Heddwch y Blaid Genedlaethol' gan D. Gwenallt Jones, [c. 1939] (ff. 15-32, diwedd ar goll); a dau eitem o ohebiaeth deuluol, 1905 a [d.d.] (ff. 33-34). = They include letters from Compton Mackenzie, 8 October 1939 (f. 1), Gwynfor Evans, 25 November 1945 (f. 14), and William George, 20 June 1945 (f. 5), together with autograph notes for a speech by the latter in support of Daniel's candidacy for Plaid Cymru in Carnarvon Boroughs in the 1945 General Election (ff. 6-13). Also in the collection are nomination paper of Saunders Lewis in the University of Wales by-election, 1943 (f. 4); a typescript 'Memorandwm i Bwyllgor Heddwch y Blaid Genedlaethol' by D. Gwenallt Jones, [c. 1939] (ff. 15-32, end lacking); and two items of family correspondence, 1905 and [n.d.] (ff. 33-34).